Clovelly, North Devon
Amid meadows along little lanes a short distance from the picturesque fishing village of Clovelly on the North Devon coast is the charming holiday cottage Saltwind Granary, one of a group converted from old barns.
Just a field away from the North Devon coast and the South West Coast Path, it is a rural haven for walkers and anyone seeking peace. On the ground level you will notice the upside down layout when you come across the two bedrooms.
Head on upstairs to your open plan living space, all beautifully stylish with lofty beamed ceiling and light from French windows taking you down steps to the garden. This is carefully designed accommodation with comfort and chic style.
Sit out in the sunshine in the tidy and private garden to the side of the cottage, complete with table and chairs.
In 100 yards you will find a National Trust footpath leading you to the dramatic coastline.
The accommodation comprises of two ground floor bedrooms: 1 x king size double, 1 x single with en suite shower room with shower. A further bathroom with bath, shower over. Upstairs open plan living space with seating area, dining area and kitchen.
There is off road parking for up to two cars
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A gorgeous cottage ideal for just two, or a small family of three. A rural haven for walkers and anyone seeking peace.
The picturesque fishing village of Clovelly occupies a secluded, cliffside position and attracts visitors from the world over. A pedestrianised, cobbled street winds its way down the hillside passing the colourful gardens that characterise the village’s pretty, whitewashed cottages, on its way down to the sheltered harbour.
Local shops, pubs and restaurants crowd the working harbour from where the local fishermen show their daily catch of mackerel and check their lobster pots.
Follow the stunning coast over the clifftops toward the romantic Hartland Point, or to the colourful market town of Bideford, with its quaint quay, medieval bridge and vibrant shopping area.
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